Located on the Foreshore of the quiet beach town of Newcastle, just two hours drive north of Sydney, the brand new This That festival made its successful debut on Halloween. Marketed as an event “where music meets culture,” the festival featured an army of food trucks, boutique market-style shops, and plenty of craft beer and […]
Botnek takes a departure from their weird cornucopia of sounds.
Find out what all the hype is about surrounding Rezz
This week we spotlight new music form Boys Noize Records.
This week we look at some new tracks that will take you places.
The French duo give away their dark take on Skrillex and Diplo's 2014 hit.
Culture Prohpet & Treznik's new song gets in your face with some intense industrial electro.
More 'Recognize' remixes and tracks from Fortune, Josh Pan, and more
Get your weekend started right with 'Drake Songs' by Real Slow
PC Music head honcho teams up with Annie Mac to release new single.
This week’s selection coincidentally fell within the rhyming and thematic scheme of the old wedding adage, so my apologies in advance for trotting out an old cliche. However, we do have a stellar lineup for this week’s Tech Tuesday with and update of an old classic, some forward thinking music from a relatively new duo, […]
PC Music's newest signee makes a stellar debut with a track so beautiful you'll cry.
2 bassy colab's to get this sunday headed in the right direction
I've heard a lot of Banks remixes, but never one quite like this.
Bugatti remix blowout spectacular!
Just in time for the Holiday Season Tech Tuesday is back with another edition devoted exclusively to free tracks!
In celebration of Tech Tuesday's 10th installment I'm giving away all the tracks this week!
Ponibbi and Lilangelboi's new track will remind of how good the virtual resort life really is.
Some straight up fire in this weeks edition coming from the mau5trap and dirtybird camps and more.
It has been awhile since I’ve done a weekly post talking about new music, as “Melbourne Bounce Mondays” stopped bouncing from my hard drive to the internet towards the end of May. The only real reason I can give as to why I stopped writing about Melbourne Bounce is that I just wasn’t passionate about […]